How to Run Away From Home (and Take Your Family with You)
Ten years ago, The Four Hour Work Week was a best-selling phenomenon that completely changed the way that people thought about work, life and travel.
How to Run Away From Home (and Take Your Family with You) provides insight about taking that sabbatical you’ve been thinking about for the last few years. The book will give you hacks on how to automate before/during your trip, and how to find luxury villas for as little as $100 per night.
There is always a reason to NOT do this trip. There is always a reason to kick the can down the road.
“Adam Dailey is a kind hearted visionary that plans his work and works his plan. Having 4 kids and a wife has not stopped him from traveling the world, learning, growing and living. I have enjoyed watching his story unfold as he has taken his family to Olympic, world cup and international events exploring the cultures that have helped him become the man he is today. Thanks for sharing you story Adam and for not being afraid to take chances.”
“Living life to its fullest takes a willingness to make bold moves. Adam Dailey has more than a willingness. He taught us all to seize opportunity, get rid of excuses and grab life by the horns. What an amazing way to teach children to be confident, make the most of every day and live life. I hope this book inspires more people to live an extraordinary life.”
“After traveling to a variety of countries with our own children, I was in awe to see how easily Adam & Jessica travelled with their own 4 kids under 7 years of age, when we were in Paris together as families last year. His book will show you how to Turn On, Tune In & Drop Out as a family. And love doing it.”
“I was not surprised when Adam announced he was taking his family with him to Australia, but I was surprised to learn that this trip was to be a one year sabbatical. A bit unconventional, but Adam has always been successful by approaching business and life in unconventional ways. His approach to family and travel is revolutionary.”
“When my wife and I first traveled from Australia and met Adam and his amazing family in Spain as part of a Pamplona experience, the thought of living abroad seemed outrageous. Fast forward 10 years, we are now living in NYC with 2 young children, loving life, and loving our global business head-quartered out of Madison Ave NYC. Adam ignited the fire in our belly, and inspired us to challenge ourselves. Seize the moment, be vulnerable and love what this life has to offer.”
“Adam has always been “out of the box,” and I have admired him for that. When I’ve heard about the “around the world plan” with little kids, for an extended period, I thought it’s crazy. Today I understand it’s crazy NOT to do something similar!”
“I sincerely believe the secret to successfully making “The Jump” is a function of your “Small Steps Every Day,” It’s within these small details where I believe Adam wins his personal Gold Medals. Adam knows no limits to serving relationships. Countless trips to our events,and unconditional support of our athletes and coaches for not other reason except to honor the relationship and see what else might be possible. I will always be grateful to Adam for his support and friendship, not to mention the invaluable lessons learned about the deeper meaning of travel.”
“Adam is a doer. Watching, reading and learning about his family traveling around the world has certainly me not only as an entrepreneur, but also as a father.”
“I travel with my family extensively all over the world but I have to say, Adam takes this to an entirely new level. I know what it can be like to have the kids in tow all over the globe but with half the kids he has, I am in awe on how he does it. Amazing experiences, keep on exploring and keep on writing!”